Guidelines for all campus visitors
To protect the health and safety of our campus and local communities, all Duke visitors are strongly encouraged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before coming to campus. Visitors must also comply with Duke health and safety standards and guidelines.
Thank you for helping to keep our community safe – we’re all in this together.
2022 Residential Summer Camps and Programs
- All participants in residential camps and programs must be vaccinated or have a medical or religious exemption.
- All residential camp and program participants must have a negative COVID test (PCR) 72 hours prior to arrival on campus. Participants will be required to submit documents during the admissions process. (Note: Participants who have tested positive within the last 90 days and have completed their required isolation period should bring a dated copy of the positive test result to show during the admissions process. Those who have not have not completed their required isolation period will have to wait to do so before coming to campus.)
- Each program must have a designated COVID coordinator who will be responsible for verifying vaccination status and a negative test within 72 hours of arrival for campers and program staff. No medical documents will be collected other than a form confirming vaccination status during the admission process.
- Student Health will perform symptomatic testing of participants for camps and programs that have a contract for the service; otherwise, participants should be tested at an outside facility (eg, emergency care, pharmacy). Any participant who tests positive will be removed from participation. Youth residential camp participants will be isolated in a single residence until a parent or designated adult caregiver can pick up the individual.
2022 Summer Camps and Programs
- Day camp participants are strongly encouraged to be vaccinated before arrival. Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 should not report to camp until they have tested negative.
- Student Health will perform symptomatic testing of participants for camps and programs that have a contract for the service; otherwise, participants should be tested at an outside facility (eg, emergency care, pharmacy).
- Any day camp or program participant who tests positive on campus will be removed from participation, and youth participants should ask a parent or designated adult caregiver to pick them up.
Status of Popular campus destinations
|Duke’s Gardens||Open to the public with limited parking and entry; see website for calendar of events and more information.|
|Nasher Museum||The museum and cafe are open to the public with limited hours. Please check the Hours and Admissions page of the Nasher website for the current schedule.|
|Duke to eat||Group seating inside Duke Dining facilities will be temporarily suspended. All Duke Dining facilities will switch to grab and go; See availabilities|
|Duke Chapel||Open to the public from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, unless otherwise indicated on the chapel calendar. Also open for in-person Sunday worship. Please visit the chapel website for the current schedule of events.|
|Cameron Indoor Stadium||Closed except for athletics events.|
|Duke Libraries||Open to students, faculty, staff and visitors. Masks are mandatory. No food is allowed. Please see the library’s masking requirements policy page for library-specific information.|